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here in san francisco. we have with us tonight eileen hernandez, [ applause ] >> we are fortunate to have spinola jackson with us tonight. [ applause ] >> who has commissioner noted looks like a million dollars before taxes. and we are honored to have doris ward with us tonight. [ applause ] >> and i can't emphasize enough how critical and how influential and how just fundamental these three people have been and are to the work of civil rights and human rights in san francisco. [ applause ] i would also like to recognize someone who is very special to us, the commissioners, forward hrc commissioner who was present at the 1963 march on washington. she is here with her husband. flees join us in honoring frankie jill e t and maxwell. >> before we go to this year's nominees and awardees, i would like to recognize the nominees for this year's awards who were ultimately not selected but who because of their tr work were nominated by their contemporaries, their contemporaries in the community. dr. caesar churchwell. [ applause ] officer fred crisp. [ applause ] >> mr. michael mcenolate.
] >> the final card that i presently have is from miss eileen hernandez. [ applause ]
and the latter will be your time is up. mr. hernandez, i have axis of love, james ward, denice [inaudible], hector torres, steven crane, and looks like penny graham. please come forward as your name is called. >> my name's james ward, i'm a veteran, i've been a citizen of this city for about seven years now. i want to make sure nothing happens to -- remove our safe access from having a cannabis club where it should not be. how many walgreen's do we have abused than marijuana ever has been. that might be a problem now in this city is the abuse of the drugs that are legal, the ones that are prescribed. well, medical marijuana is a prescription too and i don't want to see any access removed for anybody. one of the many things i want to see is that we don't /hruplen it in with the gambling and massage parlors and all the other stuff it's going on. it's nothing to do with that. it's a medical issue and that's where it should be left is a medical issue and that's all i have to say. thank you. >> >> good afternoon, my name is shawna. i have a concern about fairness of process. i know there's
of abandoning folks. he says that simply is not the case. reporting live in castro valley, i'm jodi hernandez, nbc bay area news. >>> new developments regarding aldon smith. out of rehab and into custody. we first broke the story that the troubled football player turned himself in last night. chief investigative reporter tony joins us from our newsroom. he is dealing with a long list of legal issues here. >> when the d.a. announced the charges back on october 9th, it was also announced that the 49er star linebacker would turn himself in after completing his rehab after returning to the bay area and before the end of the month. here's what we have learned. aldon smith turned himself into the sheriff department last night. you'll see the booking report shows it was at 6:51. he faces three felonies of pozezing illegal assault weapons, possible penalties range from probation to more than four years behind bars. a court date has been set for november 12th in santa clara county and aldon smith is expected to appear for that hearing. now, he did immediately post bond of $75,000 after he turned himse
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have is from miss eileen hernandez. [ applause ] >> it's very hard to follow doris. i have been doing that for a long time. i think this has been a very unique evening because i don't recall ever having this kind of event, discussion how the human rights commission is working. the very facet for many of you who are here have been touched by the human rights commission in one way or another. i could not get out of the room today without saying something about what has happened with women. because what we have seen in this room, i think they can hear me. no, you can't. i hear you, sweetheart. what i was saying, what i was most interested by tonight was the differences in this room. how many people who are here would not have been here 50 years ago. what we have begun to do is to recognize that all the issues that we've been talking about touch every single one of us. if we aren't all working together, we will be another 50 years for meetings in this room. so i hope that we will give a lot of help to the human rights commission which came into san francisco unusually and did a lot of wor
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